We carry many different types and styles of bicycle. Our brands may change as we seek out the best bikes for our customers.
Surly makes great bikes. Simple, strong, iconic. The Long Haul Trucker is one of the most popular touring bikes ever. Come on in and get fitted for your next expedition.
Urban cycling has become a special mission for Opus. The environmental, health and social benefits of moving people from motorized vehicles to bikes is clear. They have designed a wide range of bikes with different styles and options so that every cyclist can find a bike ideally suited to their requirements and tastes.
The Brompton was conceived as a product that increases people’s independence and freedom, and this concept is still at the heart of everything they do; they make bikes that our customers can rely on wherever and whenever they use them.
All Brompton bikes are designed and built their factory in West London, England. Brompton is one of only two major frame manufacturers still based in the UK, and have been in full production since 1988. The company has come a long way since its initial production facility in a railway arch, and the current site occupies 22,000 square feet.
You can custom build your dream Brompton using this link, send us the saved build number and we will order your bike for you.
For our more discerning customers who require or desire a custom frame, Marinoni have been making hand-built bikes in Canada for 40 years. Quality, custom, beautiful.
How does an independent bike company like Electra thrive for 20 years? Well, it helps to have some pretty sweet bikes, but it’s more than that. It’s a basic outlook on life that everything can always be made better. Cooler. Awesomer. We’re innovators at heart. Artists in our soul.
Benjamin Sarrazin, a family man and entrepreneur with a love of the outdoors, made it his mission to bring the ubiquitous European cycling lifestyle to North America. Benjamin grew up on two wheels in Strasbourg, France and eventually furthered his love for the beautiful machines by working in Germany’s prestigious bicycle industry. An avid kayaker, Benjamin’s introduction to California came from his summers kayaking The Yuba River – yes, that’s exactly where the company got its name. Once in the US, it didn’t take Benjamin long to notice the environment around him was under stress. With this, his life’s work was defined: take action against environmental degradation, build community, and repair a vehicle dependent society – his answer: the almighty bicycle.
This is how Yuba came to be. And today, the culture at Yuba is synonymous with the culture of riding bicycles, in addition to an unwavering commitment to family. Make no mistake, Benjamin and his team do more than sell bicycles. They exist to lead, inspire, educate, and share the power of a healthy, sustainable way of life, via two wheels. They feel that joy, pride, and possibility strike the perfect balance when carrying whatever you want, wherever you want, with your own horsepower. Try it. Perhaps you’ll agree.
Pashley Cycles is England’s longest established bicycle manufacturer. Founded in 1926 and based in Stratford-upon-Avon, their dedicated team design and hand-build a unique range of traditional bicycles and tricycles.
Inspired by French bicycle design of the 50s and 60s, Linus has created a bicycle that preserves the simple elegance and pure form of that golden era, but has all the benefits of modern comfort and reliability. Linus is the utilitarian city bike… simple and reliable, but with a personality and style that makes you feel like you’re in an old French movie… you’re floating a little from the wine you drank at lunch… maybe instead of going back to the office you’ll take a nap under a tree, go for a swim in the sea or drop by your lover’s house…
Simcoe bicycles draw inspiration from a forgotten era of North American cycling. They are a product of both experience and necessity, built for the cold of the northeast and the boardwalks of the southwest. A story lies behind every angle, creating an upright ride and agile feel – bridging modern geometry with classic form.
Behind the Brodie name, is Paul Brodie. Originally an artist and motorcycle fanatic, he began painting and brass-welding frames for mountain bikes in 1985. It wasn’t long before he invented and trademarked the Vancouver sloping top tube, launching a brand of bikes bearing the Brodie name. On September 29, 2005, Paul was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame at Interbike in Las Vegas, creating an international fan base for the Vancouver brand. Today, Brodie bikes are a product of their passion and a proud part of our local community.
Aluminum was the seed that set a two-wheeled revolution in motion, when Devinci Bikes landed in Chicoutimi, Quebec, more than 25 years ago. From road to race to carbon and dual-suspension line-ups, today Devinci stands as a global frame-manufacturing leader, home to cutting-edge R&D facilities and a top engineering squad committed to the ultimate ride.
Mobile phones, umbrellas, point and shoot cameras — the natural arc of evolution moves in a direction of increasing portability — the bicycle is no different. The Tern bicycle is your every day travel companion, whether your trip is exclusively on two wheels or in combination with buses, trains, or automobiles.
Incredibly versatile with value throughout, the Dahon is a celebrity. A champion when it comes to long weekend rides through Tuscany or Vermont and a head-turner across Berlin, New York and LA, Dahon easily qualifies for the bicycle Hall of Fame.
Xtracycle traveled widely in its youth – from Managua, to Capetown, and back to Palo Alto. Xtracycle spent its formative years in the Sierra foothills, where trees are far more common than people. Here Xtracycle matured, steeped in a culture of self-sufficiency, creativity, and connection with nature.
In 2008, Xtracycle moved to Oakland, California, nestled between the city and the valley, the ocean and the hills, the urban and suburban. Xtracycle is now headquartered in an Oakland neighborhood where bikes are about as common as cars, and just about anything can be had within a 10 minute bike ride. Just the way we like it.
Take a KHS to work, the grocery store, or even a night on the town. Their City and Urban bikes will change the way you get around.
The Wike Box bike can carry 100 lbs of cargo and has seat belts for two kids. A canopy is included as well as a box rain cover. The transmission is a 3-speed Shimano Nexus changer with roller brake and there is a drum brake on the front wheel. The Wike Box bike comes fully equipped. Nothing else to buy. Upgrade to 7 speeds is available.
Early Rider says: “The pedals, saddles, cranks, sprockets, stems, belt tensioners, hubs, axles – all ours, they are all bespoke and each an illustration of our commitment. Others may find it difficult to justify this investment in time and tools, but we don’t because we are setting out with the lofty ambition of making bikes that inspire a lifetime as well as last one. That, and the fact we’re talking about a kids first bike – a pretty worthwhile consideration in our book too.”